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European Court finds stem cells unpatentable where the process includes the destruction of a human embryo

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, Science & Biotechnology, Media Law

In October 2011, the Court of Justice of the European Union in Brüstle v Greenpeace e.V (Case C 34/10) prohibited the issuing of patents for stem cells...

European Court finds stem cells unpatentable where the process includes the destruction of a human embryo

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, Science & Biotechnology, Media Law

In October 2011, the Court of Justice of the European Union in Brüstle v Greenpeace e.V (Case C 34/10) prohibited the issuing of patents for stem cells...

European Court finds stem cells unpatentable where the process includes the destruction of a human embryo

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, Science & Biotechnology, Media Law

In October 2011, the Court of Justice of the European Union in Brüstle v Greenpeace e.V (Case C 34/10) prohibited the issuing of patents for stem cells...

PhotoCure v Queens University: Implications for Patent Law

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Science & Biotechnology

A recent Federal Court decision by Justice Merkel, in relation to the validity and alleged infringement of Queens University's patent for the treatment...

Patents and Experimental Use in Australia

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Science & Biotechnology

An overview of the Options Paper on Patents and Experimental Use in Australia, released for discussion purposes by the Advisory Council on Intellectual...

Human embryonic stem cells

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Science & Biotechnology

In a recent decision involving a controversial patent granted to Edinburgh University and Stem Cell Sciences (the "Edinburgh Patent"), the European Patent...

Claiming Patient Records as a Depreciating Asset for Tax Purposes

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Science & Biotechnology, Taxation law

Intellectual property is a class of specified intangible asset that qualifies as a depreciating asset under the tax legislation and for which a deduction...

Discussion Paper 68: Gene Patenting and Human Health

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Science & Biotechnology

AAR Senior Associate Caroline Ryan provides an overview of Discussion Paper 68: Gene Patenting and Human Health, released by the Australian Law Reform...

Junk DNA or junk debate?

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Science & Biotechnology, International Law

Jeff Bergmann makes some observations on the GTG 'junk' DNA patent controversy.

No automatic defence for non-profit experimental research

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Science & Biotechnology

Duncan Bucknell considers the recent US decision in Madey v Duke regarding the defence to patent infringement of non-profit experimental research, and...

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